Reeves Kirtner, Deputy General Manager Kindred Communications, was voted president of the Association of West Virginia Broadcasters for a two-year term.
The WVBA has attended radio and television stations throughout the State State since 1946. The WVBA provides legal advice, training seminars and advocacy services to West Virginia broadcasters and promotes broadcasting business in the state. The WVBA takes as a regular host of a West Virginia gubernatorial debate for radio and television.
Kirtner joined Kindred Communications in 1998 and worked at the locally owned and operated broadcasting company throughout the high school and college before becoming a full-time employee in 2006. He oversees a department. daily sales and operations Kindred Communications.
Kirtner served on WVBA's board of directors from 2016 and as Vice President starting in 2018. He is a graduate of Marshall University serving as a board member of Cabell County Schools Foundation and Marshall University Quarterly Club.
There are six radio stations and nine signals in the Kindred Communications, including WDGG 93.7 the Dawg, WCMI 92.7 & 98.5 of the Planet, WMGA 97.9 River, WXBW Country Big Buck 101.5, WRVC 94.1 FM & 930 930 and Cat Sports 93.3 FM & AM 1340, as well as the magazine Insider and Kindred Digital.